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AWF Finds Ways for Humans, Giraffes to Coexist in Niger

West African giraffe

 

The West African giraffe has an estimated total population of only 403 individuals. This endangered giraffe subspecies is solely found in Niger, in an area of approximately 84,000 hectares.

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AWF’s Newest Conservation Superstars

AWF Conservation Manangement Training Program

As the school year begins, six young conservationists are gearing up for a different type of education—one that is very hands on.

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Kazungula Magnified

White rhino guarded by rangers

Besides Lupani Primary School and Machenje Fishing Lodge, a number of other key AWF projects—in this area that includes Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, and Zimbabwe—are bringing benefits to wildlife and people in the Kazungula landscape.

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Discussing the Ivory Crisis with Charlie Rose

This past Monday, July 28, AWF CEO, and member of the United States Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking, Patrick Bergin, model and AWF Trustee Veronica Varekova, and Marcus Asner, fellow member of the Advisory Council, joined Charlie Rose on his show to discuss the elephant ivory crisis. 

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Tourists and Jackals in Namibia

Black backed jackal in Dead Vlei, Namibia

At the start of 2014, I was traveling in Dead Vlei, Namibia. When I was in the same location a year earlier, I didn't see any jackals bothering tourists (admittedly, that could have been random luck).

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